I have said it once, and I will say it again: whenever someone says “hipster”, I think of a certain piece of undergarment that my mother had a certain proclivity for when I was young. (Sorry, mom!)
Today, it is a rare occasion to hear the word uttered without a hint of derision, or at least joking mockery. It is thus no surprise that no one really wants to admit that he is a hipster. Things such as The Hipster Owner’s Manual and Geeks Versus Hipsters have brought about some interesting discussions, but at the end of the day, I have yet to actually meet a person who would declare his hipsterness (yeah I just made that up) to the world.
We all know there are hipsters everywhere, though.
And if you find that you are exhibiting the signs of being a hipster, and you want – at all costs – to make sure you nip it in the bud, there’s an app for that! Well, there might very well be an anti-hipster app out there, but that’s not what I am talking about. I just felt like using that line as I haven’t used it in a while…but I digress.
There is a cure for hipster disorder, and it is a simple one!
There’s nothing to it except making sure that you start feeling emphatic again, improve your hygiene (what?), and lessen your visits to the Apple Store. Oh, and it will also stop you from blabbing on and on about your bike and your green lifestyle. Still want to know more? Here. Good luck, and get well soon.